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The Mind can be Both Your Greatest Ally and Worst Enemy; You Make It Your Strongest Ally!

Updated on May 6, 2019
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The brain is a powerful force and it is the most influential organ of the human body. It is how thoughts are generated, plays an important role in coordinating movement, assists you to maintain good posture, and balancing of the body on a daily. Your mind can be your most powerful ally or it very well can work against you as your worst enemy.

The best-guaranteed way to ensure your mind operates as the ally over being your worst enemy is by being conscious of what you're good at and putting great use of one of the most powerful tools you will ever have at your disposal, the brain.

Once you put to good use that powerful tools, you must know how to get control of your thought process. To get control of your thought process, you must ask yourself a question.

Ask yourself how can I take action when my mind seems confused about the task? You look for the solution when you are a victim of your mind. The truth is you can take full control of your thoughts. It’s not easy, but it’s possible.

With that much capability of the brain, we all such appreciate the power of the mind. The mind has the ability to be the greatest hindrance or your biggest ally. It can be used to clear the road and pave the way for you or block you causing all kinds of misery.

The brain is the greatest resource for any human. It is the opener of getting the best grade in school or getting into the best college. The brain will help a person to achieve a job and a promotion, it can help an individual to accomplish a lot, yet until a person learns to empower the brain, it stands to be either our worst enemy or our best ally. You get to choose and there will come a time in your life when you can no longer put off choosing.

From the moment you begin your day, the process of mind and how you deal with your thoughts begins the power to choose. The current of thoughts goes on from the moment you get out of bed, begin to walk. You left choosing rather shower or take a bath to get dressed. To choose rather eat breakfast, or just grab a cup of coffee. Whether to brush your teeth with a spin brush or just a regular toothbrush.

Our brain is the opener to choices, you face the decision rather talk on the telephone while the drive to work or hang up and safely travel to your destination. Did you know that your mind is the most powerful tool that you could ever possess?

It is my suggestion that you start taking now to train your mind and your thought. The reason being is the thought process goes on and on like a constant rational noise until you fall asleep. By changing your thoughts, you can improve your life. Your mind comes with exceptional power – use it well.

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There's a familiar quote that says, “You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” – James Allen. We all should pay attention to this powerful saying, it's a hint for the wise.

The mind can be your most powerful ally and your worst enemy. With this awareness, it's essential to understand those negative thoughts will affect you mentally and physically and create poverty. Positive thoughts will create a life of abundance. Your thoughts have a significant impact on your life. In other words, you have the ability to understand your thoughts and make it your strongest ally to be a powerful force.

Yes, you can use your thoughts as a creative force to process the mind to be your strongest ally and create a life filled with happiness. It is estimated by a specialist that the human brain produces 70,000 thoughts per day, and that's a lot of observations. Although you don't have access to easily turn off or control the flow of your thoughts, you do have the next best thing, the ability to make it your strongest ally.

Most of us probably don't take the time to regard what kind of thoughts we think. If you take the time to pay attention to your thought process, you would be surprised to discover that most of them are useless, unnecessary thoughts that pass through the mind at an enormous speed.

You might not believe it, but the thoughts passing through your mind is just like being on a very busy train that is capable of running at a fast speed or on an airplane where it capable of flying at a greater capacity to get you to your destination in less time. With this type of awareness and knowing the mind can be a powerful contributor or an enemy, you need to make sure the mind is your strongest ally.

You need to know that you are a powerful force sitting in the driver seat, controlling your thoughts. Never ever move over to the side passage and allow your fear-based thoughts to change your desires because it will affect your reality. You have the ability to take control of your thought process no matter what you have believed or experienced in the past.

The mind can be like a busy bee or a diligent butterfly that flies around from one flower to the next, never being still. Although the mind goes on at a none stop, it is only when you need to focus on something particular that you might be aware of the thought process, but on a busy day, you more than likely will not notice how the mind can be this ongoing endless thinking habit.

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What Negative Thoughts Do to Your Brain

For many centuries, our marvelous brain has evolved to make decisions and whether it’s the right or wrong decision, it responds quickly to all situations, even those that are threats to your safety and very hard to endure.

Negative thoughts can have a powerful effect on the brain, it comes with a lot of nonstop chatter that needs calming down. When negative thoughts generate, it brings about a change in the mind. When a person's stress, grieves or worry, the brains are deceived into thinking whatever is going on is a threat which causes neurochemical changes. These changes cause a harmful effect on your health and well-being.

What Positive thought do to the Brain

When a person is occupied by thoughts each thought releases some kind of chemical. Nonetheless, when positive thinking is created there is growth in the brain, reinforcing and generating new synapses. When you feel happy, it brings about positivity. The cortisol level decreases and the brain produce serotonin; generating good health and well-being.

Just in case you are wondering why the mind can be both your most powerful ally and your worst enemy. The answer goes back to and lies within the quote, "You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you." – James Allen

The mind and thoughts are powerful and if we all would take the time to stop to consider that the circumstances in life are as they today because of the decisions made. The choices made can come with great success or failure to make life misery.

The life we are living is because of the things we’ve done or neglected to do. Your thoughts can leave you feeling happy to move forward or depressed, feeling worthless and at a standstill wondering how to move ahead. In other words, bear in mind, the mind can be both your most powerful ally and worst enemy; you make it your strongest ally.

The Mind can be Both Your Most Powerful Ally and Worst Enemy; Making It Your Strongest Ally!

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      Miebakagh Fiberesima 

      5 weeks ago from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA.

      Hey, Pam, my pleasure in reading your latest article. Thanks for sharing with such lovely callout photos.

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